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Panthers picked for PMs XIII

The Australian Prime Minister, Hon. Scott Morrison MP, has today announced the Prime Minister's XIII sides to take part in the upcoming PM's XIII matches against Papua New Guinea in Port Moresby. 

Panthers duo Reagan Campbell-Gillard and Tyrone Peachey have been selected in the squad to be led by Manly Warringah Sea Eagles skipper Daly Cherry-Evans.

The squad includes 12 debutants, with Aaron Woods (Cronulla Sharks) being selected in the representative side for a fifth time, having led the team to victory last year.

"Playing in Papua New Guinea is a privilege, as there really is nothing like it anywhere in the world," PM's XIII men's Coach Mal Meninga said.

"We've struck a good balance by including some of our more experienced representative players to play alongside some very talented young players," PM's XIII men's Coach Mal Meninga said.

"A strong performance in Port Moresby on Saturday week will go some way to helping decide the final squad we take across to New Zealand for the upcoming Test Matches."

Australian PM's XIII Men's Squad

1. Corey Allan - Brisbane Broncos
2. Zac Lomax - St George Illawarra Dragons
3. Jesse Ramien - Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
4. Brian Kelly - Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
5. Nick Cotric - Canberra Raiders
6. Jake Clifford - North Queensland Cowboys
7. Daly Cherry-Evans © - Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
8. David Klemmer - Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
9. Ben Hunt - St George Illawarra Dragons
10. Jordan McLean - North Queensland Cowboys
11. Tyson Frizell - St George Illawarra Dragons
12. Tyrone Peachey - Penrith Panthers
13. Jake Trbojevic - Manly Warringah Sea Eagles

14. Aaron Woods Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
15. Reagan Campbell-Gillard - Penrith Panthers
16. Matt Prior - Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
17. Chad Townsend - Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
18. Gehamat Shibasaki - Brisbane Broncos
19. Reece Robson - St George Illawarra Dragons
20. Enari Tuala - North Queensland Cowboys

Acknowledgement of Country

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